New Year, New Start:

2017 has arrived and here at Bell & Company we are more than excited for what the New Year Brings; for many of our clients it means New Year, New Start.

For our first Blog of 2017 we would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and hope 2017 is a prosperous year for you all.

Over the coming weeks, we have many cases for our Resolution, Corporate and Insolvency departments to finalise and complete with excellent settlements expected. Already we also have a lot of enquiries from potential client’s so early in January and are looking forward to achieving the best possible outcome for them.

What’s to come in 2017:

From our stand point 2017 looks incredibly busy in terms of politics; we wait to see Theresa May triggering article 50, Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration including elections in several countries. What impact this will have on the economy only time will tell, but whatever happens our work will continue providing solutions to all those suffering at the hands of debt.

Other external factors we are monitoring the rise in unemployment in Northern Ireland, especially in Males, this however is probably linked to the challenges in the manufacturing industry. The rumbles of the controversial deal – the sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland Property Portfolio will still linger but there are hopes of a growth in the Housing Market for the year ahead.

Many things to wait for this year, but as always, should you or anyone you know require Independent Insolvency Advice then please call Bell & Company on +44 (0) 2895 217373 today. Our first initial consultation is free so we look forward to welcoming you to Rosemary Street for tea, coffee, and a chat about resolving your debt burden.

Debt issues are very personal in their nature and we have a friendly and understanding approach.

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